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Art Writing and Criticism Writing Practice

Letting Go

Every morning, I flick at my smartphone screen and read the news. I watch for some of my favorite writers in art, technology, and cultural criticism. I used to marvel at how quickly some of my favorite writers and journalists could produce content in such a prolific manner. But having done that made me spiral […]

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Art Creative Coding | Programming

Friday Night Reading

There’s nothing like spending a quiet night with a hot cup of tea and reading for pleasure! While the Rushkoff book is directly related to my research, it’s an easy and accessible read on a relatively complicated issue of programming and contemporary culture. I plan on finishing up Saturday afternoon. As for The Influencing Machine […]

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Art Art Practice Art Theory and Movements Artist's Studio Conceptual Curatorial Practice Interactive / Participatory Art Visual Arts

San Francisco Printmaking Duo, Colpa Press, Re-invent the Newsstand

EDICOLA OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE This March 15th, 2012, marks the opening of a reinvention of the traditional newsstand. Colpa Press will partner with the Central Market Street Revitalization Program to create a venue for artist books, prints, and albums, on the corner of Market and 6th Street. Edicola is dedicated to providing a platform for emerging artists to […]

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Art Writing and Criticism

[me]dia

It is the whole traditional world of causality that is in question: the perspectival, determinist mode, the “active”, critical mode, the analytic mode – the distinction between cause and effect, between active and passive, between subject and object, between the end and the means. It is in this sense that one can say: TV is […]

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Art Art Theory and Movements Performance and Conceptual Photography Post Modernism

Public Isolation Project

Being on medical leave (for knee surgery) subjected me to RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevate – Thanks, BFF and Google), reading and playing Words with Friends (via my iPhone). Since I love being outdoors, taking walks (anywhere and, sometimes, aimlessly), it’s safe to assume the recuperation period has been challenging and makes me rather talkative […]